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Run the Race: 5K to give students chance to visualize chapel themes

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What better way is there to get rid of some stress, or perhaps some unwanted calories from stress-eating, than running a 5K? And you’ll have the perfect opportunity to do so April 25 at 9 a.m. The Student Leadership Council and Bruins Cross Country team are hosting a Run the Race 5K that will begin

Conference to rally students to win souls

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During the week before final exams each spring, Bob Jones University’s chapel pulpit resounds with testimonies and admonitions to a student body who will soon disperse across the globe with the message of the Gospel. This year’s soulwinning conference will take place April 27-30, and the conference’s goal is to remind students and faculty that

Scholastic Bowl Finals: Sigma Kappa Rho v. Bryan

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Fierce competition often implies rough contact sports, but the annual BJU Scholastic Bowl gives students an opportunity to compete fiercely using only their minds. This year, Sigma Kappa Rho is headed back to the finals, along with the Bryan Bears, in Lecture B on April 21 at 7 p.m. The Scholastic Bowl, a BJU tradition,

Stratton Hall to Carnegie Hall: freshman choir to sing in NYC

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The University Singers, comprising approximately 80 BJU freshmen, have a couple of things to sing about: a concert this coming Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Stratton Hall and, following commencement activities May 8, a trip to New York City to perform in several schools and churches and in premier concert venue Carnegie Hall. Wednesday’s concert

Picnic with President Pettit: President, administrators to mingle with seniors at annual picnic

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With graduation less than a month away, seniors will soon be walking across the stage of FMA to receive their diplomas. But before donning their caps and gowns, seniors have the opportunity to relax and mingle with BJU administrators and fellow classmates at a picnic hosted in their honor this Thursday on the front campus

Six musicians blend voices, talents in Opus 6 ensemble

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Opus 6, the official vocal ensemble for the voice department, will hold its final concert of the year Saturday at 7 p.m. in War Memorial Chapel. The program includes the following: an approximately 15-minute-long opera piece sung in English; three early Renaissance pieces, each sung in different languages—German, French and Italian; a piece by Mozart;

BJU rolls out welcome mat for AACS visitors

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Over 1,500 visitors from Christian schools across the nation will arrive on campus  this Tuesday through Thursday for the American Association of Christian Schools national competition. They will compete in five different areas: music, speech, art, academics and Bible. While the increase in the campus population may make the dining common a little more crowded

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